Hello! My name is Anna and I'm a working mummy, always running to match up all the commitments of my little 10years boy: Riccardo.
We live in a fantastic town Reggio Emilia (70 km from Bologna), famous for the "Reggio Emilia approach" in education, but mostly for the food: Parmigliano reggiano, Lambrusco and cappelletti!
We live in a townhouse in a very green area near to a park and quite 15 minutes from the centre of the town.
We love animals and we've got two cats living with us.
Riccardo is very keen on lego construction!
We love cinema, walking and make dinner with our friends.
Our workaway helpers will become part of our family!
Baby-sitting / garde d’enfant
Cuisine / courses
Aide avec les langues
If you come you'll have the opportunity to live with us like a part of an italian family!
Emilia Romagna is a very nice region . We are near to Milano (40 minutes with AV train) and also to cultural city like Bologna, Ferrara, Mantova, Verona...
We are famous for our toddler centers and infant schools .
Reggio Emilia, with Malaguzzi Centre and the University, is very attractive for teachers who want to learn this type of working wirh children .
We need a workawayer that want to stay with us for a medium-long period (4-6 months) in order to get closer to my child, Riccardo, help him with homeworks (he's got a lots of homeworks everyday!), play with him and help me sometimes with cooking dinner or with little working in the house.
We are flexible. 2-3 hours a day for 5 days a week.
Italian and English. Little bit German
We offer a private bed room with a bathroom. In the room there is also a little place for Riccardo's lego ..
Sometimes in the afternoon he plays with the bricks so we need a person that love playing with him.
We have wi-fi connection, a great kitchen,the possibility to use a bike to reach the centre or the University.
Our home is near to the bus- stop if you want to go to the centre and is only 15 minutes fra away from the train station.
Accès Internet limité
Nous avons des animaux
Nous sommes fumeurs
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week